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Cattledrive to NYC
Larry D. Underwood
Stinking rich was Ho-Ta-Moie, which means rolling or roaring thunder.
Revenge of the Yuma
The Battle of Northfield
he James-Younger Gang vs The Townsmen of Northfield
Bob Boze Bell
From Troy Grove to the Tin Star
Joseph G. Rosa
I know glass window panes were scarce in the early West. So, what did the early pioneers use?
Why did so many Western-bound wagon trains use oxen instead or horses of mules?
In the history books we learn that gold was discovered at Sutter’s Mill and that precipitated the famous Gold Rush of 1849. Someone told me that gold was actually discovered much earlier in the West. Is that true?
I read one time, but can’t remember in what book, about the good quality of “blue ice” that was available to Tombstone residents during its heyday. They used it to chill oysters and in drinks. I think the ice came from Alaska via San Francisco in the hull
I’ve heard that Julesburg, Colorado, is named after an outlaw. Please explain.
Do you know of any pictures of Big Nose Kate? I can’t seem to find any.